Tag Archives: HENG SWEE KEAT

GOVT SLAMS TR EMERITUS WEBSITE FOR VICIOUS CLAIMS AGAINST HENG SWEE KEAT

TR Emeritus has once again sought to mislead the public by publishing a vicious claim that a Cabinet Minister is “fully entitled to free A-Class healthcare in government and restructured hospitals”, giving the impression Minister Heng Swee Keat’s medical expenses are being funded by taxpayers. This is a blatant lie. As TRE would have known very well if it had bothered to check the facts, Ministers in Singapore are on the same medical benefit scheme – the Medisave-cum-Subsidised Outpatient (MSO) scheme – as most civil servants.

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PM LEE: HENG SWEE KEAT HAS AWOKEN & ABLE TO TALK LIKE NORMAL

Visited Heng Swee Keat in the TTSH Neuro ICU at NNI this evening. Delighted to find him recovering well, and making steady progress. He was fully lucid, communicative, and cheerful. The doctors are happy too. But they have advised Swee Keat not to receive visitors yet, so that he can get as much rest as possible.

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MOE: WE ARE COUNSELLING STUDENTS INVOLVED IN SHUQUN SEC SCHOOL BULLY INCIDENT

MOE and the school are aware of the video that has been circulating online. The school has investigated and is counselling the students involved. The school will continue to work with the students involved on observing appropriate boundaries and behaviour in the future. All parents of students involved have been informed of the actions taken by the school."

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ILLEGAL DISPLAY OF PAP FLAGS IN TAMPINES GRC IN VIOLATION OF THE ELECTIONS ACT?

PAP has violated the Election advertisement laws and it looks like they may get away with it. It is not yet nomination day but PAP is already hanging their flag. Furthermore, they haven't received a permit from the Returning Officer to put up their banners and flags. The PAP branch responsible for this should be taken to task and punished to the fullest extent of the law!

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4 REASONS WHY THE DEGREE IS THE NEW DIPLOMA

Gone are the days when it seemed like a degree that didn’t come from an Ivy League college, or even NUS or NTU, would be seen as a worthless piece of paper. These days, private universities are tying up with reputable educational institutes to produce graduates that are readily accepted into the workforce. With private universities offering more places than public universities, it’s not difficult to get into the degree programme of your choice.

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HENG SWEE KEAT NEEDS TO RESIGN FOR TKPS KINABALU MISADVENTURE

With regards to your message in response to tragedy at Mt. Kinabalu. It cannot be more appropriate than now to send you this open letter, being the first day of a new school term, and considering how painful especially today for the parents of those 12-year old kids who had lost their lives in the tragic trekking trip at Mount Kinabalu on 5th June 2015.

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S’PORE’S MILLION DOLLAR MINISTERS MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR KINABALU TRAGEDY

Minister for Education Mr Heng Swee Keat’s and PM Lee Hsien Loong’s public statements on the matter — despite their emotional appeal — leave much to be desired. A government’s job is to govern (i.e. to make and administer the public policy and affairs of a state). Singapore’s ministers are among the best paid in the world. Surely they can thus be expected to be responsible and be held accountable when it comes to governance.

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